Agent orange has been widely condemned for the common disabilities and illnesses linked to exposure. Veterans who served in Vietnam or within 12 nautical miles off the coast, in the Korean Demilitarized Zone, or at Thailand Military Bases may have been exposed to the dangerous herbicide. One illness, Chronic B-cell…

by Cameron Kroeger, Attorney at Law and US Air Force Veteran Vietnam The Agent Orange Act states if a service member set foot in the Republic of Vietnam during the war, there is the possibility that they were exposed to herbicide agents.  This means the Veteran may be presumptively service…

by Stephani Bennett, Attorney at Law and US Air Force Veteran Many Veterans experience trouble sleeping, which can be maddening. In addition to being incredibly frustrating, sleep deprivation can cause serious psychological and physical health problems. A lack of sleep can cause anything from decreased efficiency and irritability to a…

Types of VA Claim Evidence

One of the most important aspects of developing a VA disability claim is gathering and submitting VA claim evidence. The VA has the duty to assist, which means they must locate medical and service records when a veteran indicates which ones he or she needs to support a claim. However,…